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My FWB is leaving me feeling empty.
It formed from a past relationship. Logically it makes sense, I could have sex with her while I find someone "better". She obviously has her flaws. I could probably point out a couple. In our past relationship she said that she loved me on the second date, I never really loved her until further in.
She contacted me recently and we had sex today. We did all the things we normally did in our relationship, it was like we were dating again. The only difference was we couldn't share it or go out in public, hand hold, etc.
On the phone when she reconnected with me she said she still loved me, we went on a date, it was like our relationship. Then when I said I was down to date again, she said we could be friends or we could not talk. That eventually turned into her implying she wanted FWB. She said she wants to find someone else, and always says something different regarding her feelings towards me. Anything from platonic to love. She's wishy washy. I don't know if I am falling for her or if I want a relationship or what the hell is going on.
And like I said before. Now I feel empty. This is my first FWB experience and I have no idea what to do or how I feel
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So I just started college at a pretty big state school /b/. A little less than 50k enrolled, but I moved here and I know nobody so I have just been going to my classes, gym, library normal stuff. How can I start doing the fun college shit? Parties, girls, any of it? My roommate never leaves the room so I can't rely on him and I don't really know what else to say to the people in my classes besides 'hows it going'.
/b/ I thought it would be way easier to be fucking some 18 year olds than what is actually going on right now.
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I was raised Lutheran but became an atheist in high school. Now I'm in college, still an atheist (but also lean kinda pantheist/agnostic) and I keep finding myself drawn to the Episcopal church.
I went to mass with my roommate on sunday and thought it was a very good experience. I really get something out of the tradition, liturgy, music, community and aesthetic of the whole thing.
I really want to embrace this, but I simply cannot find it in myself to accept the fundamental beliefs (existence of God, miracles, all the supernatural aspects of christianity).
For some reason I keep finding myself dwelling on the topic. This feels like when I meet a nice girl who I really click with but deep down I know there's something fundamental that would make it a very dysfunctional relationship.
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ive got a question for you. What would you do in my situation?
I broke up with my last gf of two years to be with my current lady. We have been seeing each other for about a year. Now this whole time I really havent called her my gf yet. We havent told each other that we love them but we are pretty much the closest thing to a couple as you can get.
She just moved into my house about a couple months ago. Not entirely though, just moved the essentials in. I can feel myself getting distant from her. She is about 5 years younger than me. She is pretty boring. The only time we do things is when I come up with the idea. VERY negative in general. Has bad family ties and stuff.
Pretty much the only thing that she has going for her is great tits, a steady income, and I guess willingness to do whatever/ put up with my vidya habits.
My predicament, although, is that I have my eye on this really great lady and feel like we would be a much better couple. I dont really want to settle for what I have now fore I see it lasting awhile but not really that interesting of a life.
What would you do?
Where do I meet people that wanna do shit at NIU?
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I had a fantastic summer where I went to another city, lived and interned there, made a huge group of friends. I did at least one thing new every week.
Now I am back on my university campus, and only now do I realize how much it sucks. I didn't notice before because I spent last schoolyear mostly with my live-in (now ex) girlfriend and about 10 or 11 friends, 3 of whom graduated and 3 dropped out. But now I am bored as shit, my major only has about one girl in if per class (Computer Science) and I only have major classes left. I live in an apartment and over half the student body commutes. Out of all my friends, I am considered the 'super-social' guy so I can't really use them to branch out, and they are all either single or dating major buzzkill bitches obsessed with Disney and old Zelda games.
I want to go kayaking, go to late night restaurants, go to open mic nights, fire rifles, race cars, design, draw, get drunk, do woodworking and furniture, ride bikes for miles...there are almost no people or activities for any of this, or they do one thing over and over and OVER
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So, I have a serious gf who is non-vegan and it's kinda bothering me even though I don't know if should. I knew she wasn't interested in veganism since before we dated, she's not really an animal lover, I mean sure she thinks animals are cute in photos but she's never even had a pet and doesn't want one.
Whenever I start talking about how eating meat is wrong, she's like "yeah yeah", and it annoys me so much. Am I being selfish? She never tries to make me eat non-vegan and respects my choices, but I make her eat vegan all the time with me because I think it's right, and I'm still bothered when she eats burgers etc with her friends. Veganism is a huge part of my life and I wish she felt the same, altough at this rate I feel like I'm just being preachy and she's supporting my decision.
What to do?